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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • His parents’ graves were only part of the attraction: He had a strong, though inexplicable, feeling that the place held answers for him.
  • As evening drew in, bringing with it an unexpected gust of chilly rain for the first time in weeks, there occurred one of those inexplicable moments when they appeared to have seen something interesting.
  • Harry stared at the creature, filled with wonder, not at her strangeness, but her inexplicable familiarity.
  • Hagrid was struggling, and Bellatrix was panting, and Harry thought inexplicably of Ginny, and her blazing look, and the feel of her lips on his — Voldemort had raised his wand.
  • He could stand, clutching the bars of his crib, and he looked up into the intruder’s face with a kind of bright interest, perhaps thinking that it was his father who hid beneath the cloak, making more pretty lights, and his mother would pop up any moment, laughing — He pointed the wand very carefully into the boy’s face: He wanted to see it happen, the destruction of this one, inexplicable danger.

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  • With that he turned away and once again started inexplicably walking toward the wall.
    James Dashner  --  The Scorch Trials
  • For some inexplicable reason, those words popped into Thomas’s mind.
    James Dashner  --  The Death Cure

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